Protesters outside the Embassy of Brazil in London argue that there is much more that both UK government and citizens could do protect the “world’s lungs”.
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From a lack of accuracy to breaching our right to privacy, University of Belfast Senior Lecturer Birgit Schippers outlines 10 reasons we should be wary of the rise of facial recognition technology.
Home Secretary Priti Patel is being urged to create protest-free ‘safe-zones’ outside abortion clinic after the Court of Appeal upheld that Ealing Council acted lawfully in creating the UK’s first one.
“There’s a particular dynamic at play in the fringe. It’s the extra vulnerabilities of the late-night shows, the lack of paid transportation home late at night.”
“Something has gone very wrong with our housing system when children are growing up in B&Bs, shipping containers and old office blocks.”
Public toilets seem like an obvious cut that councils could make to help tighten their belts at times of austerity, but it’s having an adverse effect on pregnant, disabled and mentally unwell people.
Home secretary Priti Patel has been labelled a “slum landlord in chief”.
“An interest-free business loan would help turn someone who is running a business as a drug dealer, which does take some business sense, into something with a better purpose.”
Human rights groups Liberty and Amnesty International have criticised a “draconian” decision by the UK government to strip IS defector Jack Letts of his British citizenship, with one saying it … Continued